Bunodont is a type of tooth structure in which the teeth (generally molars) have low, rounded cusps, often referred to as tubercles.

This sort of tooth is found in omnivorous mammals, such as bears, raccoons, pigs, and humans. The presence of cusps helps with the grinding and crushing of tough plant material, and keeping them low and rounded prevents them from becoming excessively worn.

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